Parenthood co stars dating
As Lauren turns the big 5-0 today, we decided to not only celebrate the actress.We also are giving credit to the Lauren, however, remembers it a bit differently.“It’s interesting to see that you’re real-life girlfriend plays your sister,” Hoda noted, referring to actress Lauren Graham. “Wowza, Krause-a.” Krause, who has been dating Graham for about four years, said there's never any confusion off set. We don’t call each other by our character’s names at home or anything,” he said. " But then Krause gave the ladies what they wanted, slipping into his "boyfriend" role.“’I hope mom and dad don’t come in,’” he said mockingly, joking about how he tries "to keep things spicy at home." “'Make sure the door is locked, sis,’” he continued, before shaking his head at the ladies, who couldn’t stop laughing at the scenario he implanted in their minds.The former co-stars became partners, and according to Graham, their love led her to an important life lesson."We couldn't stop talking," the actress told Good Housekeeping of how her relationship with Krause first started.
Yep, Mae Whitman is renting out her guesthouse to her TV sibling Miles Heizer.Thankfully the cast of TV's best drama was honored last week during The Paley Center for Media's annual Paley Fest, which is where I caught up with (future Emmy nominee) Monica Potter, Peter Krause, Lauren Graham, Jason Ritter, Sam Jaeger, Erika Christensen, Mae Whitman, Miles Heizer, Craig T.Nelson and creator Jason Katims to talk season four highlights, season five hopes and NBC frustrations."Not about ourselves, but about the world and books and family." RELATED: Lauren Graham talks end of 'Parenthood' and never-ending 'Gilmore Girls' As they bonded, Graham realized what they had together was different from what she was used to.
"Once we got together, there was no game play," the 49-year-old explained.
While the pair first met in the late ‘90s, timing just wasn't right.